How your next bouquet can keep you—and your home—healthy

Flowers are a sweet gesture, but did you know they can also have measurable benefits on your overall wellness? Read on to see how science backs up the bouquet, plus a few tips on how to keep your flowers looking fresh for longer. A study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology found that placing…

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TIPS: Ways to Stay Hydrated

As the weather warms up and we start to spend more time either outdoors in the heat, or indoors in the air conditioning, we’re more likely to get dehydrated. But rehydrating can be tricky—we generally need a lot more water than we think we do, but often, simply drinking more water can only help so…

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Our Top 3 Sleep & Fitness Trackers

It’s never been easier—or more important—to track your health metrics than it is now. And, there have also never been more options to do so. We combed through all the top offerings on the market, and rounded up our three favorite health trackers here. Read on to see our recommendations! BEST OVERALL Apple Watch Series…

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Our Science-Backed Healthy Habits for Spring

We couldn’t be more excited for this winter to be over. To make the most of the new season, our core team is making some Springtime resolutions—building new habits to improve our mental and physical health, and busting old habits that are slowing us down. Read on to see what we’re changing, and how science…

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The Harvard Hotel Maid Study: How Mindset Determines Results

In 2007, a Harvard psychologist conducted a study including 88 hotel maids. She told 44 of the maids that their daily jobs involved serious exercise, and educated them on how their daily tasks contributed to their physical fitness. She told the other 44 maids nothing. After one month, she found that the maids who had…

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Connecting with Loved Ones During Covid

February is the month of love, but this past year has forced us to redefine how we express that love: how we connect with our friends, family, and loved ones when we’re forced to remain physically distant.  Here are five ways you can send a little love to the folks you might be apart from…

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User Spotlight: An Intake Power Couple

Meet Erin and Evan Nystrom, two Intake users who have been with us from the very beginning. Over the past few years, they’ve watched Intake grow as a company, and we’ve watched them go from remarkable individuals to unstoppable power couple. Read on for our interview— 1. Tell us a little about yourself, and your…

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Our New Year’s Buying Guide

Here we are, starting out the new year more or less where we left it. Since we may still be spending more time at home than we want to, here are five of our favorite life-improving home investments—big and small—you can make this month that will give back to you all year. Just click the image…

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How to Dress for Outdoor Winter Workouts

We’ve gotten used to taking our workouts outdoors this year…but not during the winter. After some research and gear-testing, here’s how we’re dressing to stay comfortable while we skip the gym (and brave the elements). First things first: your Intake Kit. Here’s why— Breathing through your nose is particularly important in cold weather–your nose is…

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Give Your Thanksgiving Recipes an Oxygenating Boost

Our favorite way to boost your blood oxygen level is–you guessed it–breathing through your nose. But the next best way? With what you eat. Filling your plate with foods that boost your nitric oxide levels and blood cell count will help increase your blood flow, boost your cardiovascular health, and ensure your body uses oxygen…

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